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Capable of being shaped or formed: a fabricable alloy; fabricable materials.

fab′ric·a·bil′i·ty n.
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16S rRNA-based analysis of the gut microbiome in 1126 twin pairs from the United Kingdom revealed that certain species containing Bifidobacterium was heritable and fabricable. Like the gut microbiome, there may be genetic factors in the origins of lower airway microbiome [28].
(11) In addition, due to their higher costs and process complexity along with issues of environmental pollution caused by those coating materials, research frontiers shifted toward developing low cost, easily fabricable, and environmentally friendly materials.
Therefore, [[LAMBDA].sub.4] was increased to make the rectangular teeth's depths fabricable (the minimum fabricable track/gap size is 100 [micro]m for our technology).